Dec 2, 2023 Print Exhibition, RSVP and Event details
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APA | DC is pleased to present the second annual LGBTQIAP+ Photography Grant for emerging and established photographers who self-identify as LGBTQIAP+
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Diana Cheren Nygren wins First Place for Series
Samantha Wolov wins Best of Show
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Info about the Portfolio Reviews and all the other great prizes we awarded this year!
Todd Antony wins Best of Show
Some of the world's finest Creatives have volunteered their time to judge our annual personal work contest.
Rusty cans, broken plastic cups and rotten vegetables gladly pose for Laure Frankel's still lifes, reminiscent of the 17th-century Dutch masters.